Bronze piece in shape of acorn. Lid is the cap, and receptacle is the nut portion
Acorn
Acorn

Acorn ©

A small acorn. Delivered from its creator, to the earth. Nurtured, it becomes a symbol of strength.

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.

• Multiples can be ordered. Stock varies, so please provide desired quantity and we will verify how many we have on hand.

• About the process:

Each bronze is initially created as a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown or hand carved clay creation. Once shaped, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage.
After it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is made into a mold that will be used in the lost wax method of bronze casting.
To learn more about the lost wax bronze casting method, here is the link.

This piece is an original because of the hand casting process, however it is able to be cast into multiple ‘copies’.
We take great care in packaging each piece for shipment.
The bronze is wrapped with organic cotton before being placed into a presentation box.
It is then packaged in a shipping box for delivery.

 

$269.00 Add to cart
Bronze Hand crafted Leaves Tray
Cradled Leaves
Cradled Leaves

Cradled Leaves ©

Leaves to cradle the journey.

Custom Order – Allow 3-4 weeks for shipping and delivery

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.

• Multiples can be ordered. Stock varies, so please provide desired quantity and we will verify how many we have on hand.

• About the process:

Each bronze is initially created as a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown or hand carved clay creation. Once shaped, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage.
After it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is made into a mold that will be used in the lost wax method of bronze casting.
To learn more about the lost wax bronze casting method, here is the link.

This piece is an original because of the hand casting process, however it is able to be cast into multiple ‘copies’.
We take great care in packaging each piece for shipment.
The bronze is wrapped with organic cotton before being placed into a presentation box.
It is then packaged in a shipping box for delivery.

 

$289.00 Add to cart
Leaves Lidded Vessel
Leaves
Leaves

This piece is sold.

Leaves ©

Offering rustic texture and rich elegance through the surface of the stoneware and the delicate forged metal interpretations of three leaves.

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.
• About the process:

Each piece is a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown clay creation. After being shaped on the potter’s wheel, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage. Once it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is cooled, stained with oxides or stains, burnished if necessary, and glazed. The final process of high firing at a temp of approximately 2200 degrees transforms the piece from a ‘bisque’ to a ‘stoneware’. It is now more durable, able to hold water, and is food safe if ‘glazed’ on the interior for food use.

 

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Lidded Jar with Flower
Magnolia Branch
Magnolia Branch

Magnolia Branch ©

The bloom of the Magnolia fills the air with the fragrance one can not forget..
This piece was created right after the Magnolia Bud. I couldn’t help myself. Loving the structure of the flower and the memories of such a grand and beautiful tree.

 

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.
• About the process:

Each piece is a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown clay creation. After being shaped on the potter’s wheel, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage. Once it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is cooled, stained with oxides or stains, burnished if necessary, and glazed. The final process of high firing at a temp of approximately 2200 degrees transforms the piece from a ‘bisque’ to a ‘stoneware’. It is now more durable, able to hold water, and is food safe if ‘glazed’ on the interior for food use.

 

$1,272.00 Add to cart
Leaf wrapped vessel Magnolia bud
Magnolia Bud
Magnolia Bud

Magnolia Bud ©

From the northern states all the way to the southern states, this graceful tree brings the first signs of spring.
This piece was such a delight to create. Wrapped in all of the leaves of the Magnolia Tree. I love the fragrance and the structure of the Magnolia. It brings such beauty in such a large scale.

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.

• About the process:

Each piece is a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown clay creation. After being shaped on the potter’s wheel, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage.
Once it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is cooled, stained with oxides or stains, burnished if necessary, and glazed. The final process of high firing at a temp of approximately 2200 degrees transforms the piece from a ‘bisque’ to a ‘stoneware’. It is now more durable, able to hold water, and is food safe if ‘glazed’ on the interior for food use.

 

$1,725.00 Add to cart
Protector of Peace
Protector of Peace
Protector of Peace

This piece is sold.

Protector of Peace ©

A stately vessel, exuding its name – being the guardian of all we believe in.

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.
• About the process:

Each piece is a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown clay creation. After being shaped on the potter’s wheel, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage. Once it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is cooled, stained with oxides or stains, burnished if necessary, and glazed. The final process of high firing at a temp of approximately 2200 degrees transforms the piece from a ‘bisque’ to a ‘stoneware’. It is now more durable, able to hold water, and is food safe if ‘glazed’ on the interior for food use.

 

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Art created by an Artist
Sacred
Sacred

Sacred ©

Sometimes life is a balancing act.

• Free shipping – includes handling, packaging, insurance, and ground shipment fees.
• About the process:

Each piece is a one-of-a-kind wheel-thrown clay creation. After being shaped on the potter’s wheel, the piece is allowed to semi-dry to what is called the leather-hard stage. Once it reaches this “half dry” state the piece is able to be shaped, carved and textured. Once completely dry – or ‘bone dry’ it is placed in an electric kiln for a ‘bisque firing’ which takes many, many hours reaching a temp of approximately 1800 degrees. After the piece has completed this bisque process, it is cooled, stained with oxides or stains, burnished if necessary, and glazed. The final process of high firing at a temp of approximately 2200 degrees transforms the piece from a ‘bisque’ to a ‘stoneware’. It is now more durable, able to hold water, and is food safe if ‘glazed’ on the interior for food use.

 

$658.00 Add to cart